Adolescent Urbanism: The growing pains of the Gold Coast
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All cities are born and some die. But what happens to them in-between? The major cities of Australia have existed for about two hundred years and show signs of maturity. One of our fastest growing cities is only just over fifty years old: the Gold Coast became a city in 1959 and seems to be in its adolescent stage of development. This article explores various aspects of adolescent urbanism in the sixth largest city in Australia.
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History and Theory of the Built Environment (excl. Architecture)